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Going from 110 to 220 v.

Moved from canada to norway,how do i switch powersource?

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Have a look at the top back side of the CPU , near the smps fan where power cable is inserted. here u can find a small square cutting with a slider inside. On careful look you will find 110V and 220V inscribed on it on either end. Only one marking is visible at a time. Select by sliding this switch.

Note: Many systems do not have this facility. In that case you have to replace the power supply(SMPS) inside the cabinet.

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